*1.5 E MT (five-seater): P948,000
*1.5 E AT (five-seater): P988,000
*1.5 G AT (seven-seater): P1,070,000
Okay, so now that you know how much it's going to cost, you might be wondering what kind of features are available for the price. Starting under the hood, the Toyota Rush is powered by a 1.5-liter inline-four dual VVT-i gasoline mill with 102hp and 134Nm on tap. Transmission options include a five-speed manual and a four-speed auto. Its fuel tank can hold 45L.
The Rush is 4,435mm long, 1,695mm wide, and 1,705mm tall, meaning it's about as big as the rival Honda BR-V. Ground clearance sits at 220mm (not bad), while trunk space ranges from 213 liters (for the seven-seater) to 514 liters (for five seats).
The tires are 17-inch for the G variant, and 16-inch for the Es, paired to corresponding alloy wheels. Stopping power comes courtesy of ventilated discs up front and drum brakes in the rear. Both the front and rear headlamps are LEDs (we'll verify this info).
Inside, a seven-inch infotainment screen comes standard. The G has eight speakers, while the E models get six. You also get a urethane-wrapped tiller (leather for the G) which is tilt-adjustable. The base variants get only one accessory outlet, while the G gets three. The fabric seats are slide-, recline-, and height-adjustable for the driver.
The safety features are standard across the range, and include multiple airbags, vehicle stability control, and Isofix and Tether anchors. The top-of-the-line model comes with smart entry, while the rest get keyless.
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